Welcome to the Association for Public Art news section.
The Association for Public Art announces the installation of internationally acclaimed artist Roxy Paine’s Symbiosis.
Explore our Black History Month interactive map for selected artworks that were created by African American artists, pay tribute to African Americans, or reflect African American culture.
Explore this interactive map for a glimpse at some of the many ways Franklin is represented throughout the city.
Click here to visit our Interactive Public Art Map. Browse by artist, title, or keyword. You can also search for public artworks by visiting our Index by Artist or Index by Title pages.
Join us for our Annual Meeting at the Philadelphia Museum of Art with guest speaker, Jody Pinto.
The aPA, in partnership with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, undertakes the ongoing landscape maintenance of the Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial along Kelly Drive.
The March/April 2014 issue highlights the aPA's innovative outdoor sculpture audio program as "The Voice of Philadelphia's Public Art."
January 8, 2014 Shaun Brady for Philadelphia’s Daily News encourages readers to get out their smartphones and discover Philadelphia’s public art through Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO, the Association for Public Art’s interpretive outdoor sculpture audio program. “Museum Without Walls offers...
Philadelphia is truly a “museum without walls” and is considered a livable city in part because of its impressive and unique collection of outdoor sculpture. Yet pollution, acid rain, and vandalism threaten these irreplaceable artistic and cultural assets. The Association...
Join us for an illustrated talk by artist Suzanne Lacy on October 21st at Temple Contemporary.
Join the Association for Public Art at the Horticulture Center in Fairmount Park as we celebrate the expansion of our award-winning audio program, Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO. Phase Two of Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO features 30 new audio programs for...